... For any supported printer purchased in 2015+N...
You're assuming that all those baked-in h.264 de/en-coders out there are upgradeable...
Getting critical mass on h.265 is going to take a while.
Actually... The passphrase only decrypts the key that is used to protect the data.
Plus, each app is sandboxed and can not access other apps data. (with a few controlled exceptions)
Plus, warnings a thrown up if your app starts trying to access things. (Contacts, Microphone, Photos etc)
So you bought an old phone that was current at the time of purchasing.
It seem he bought a current phone at the the time of purchasing. Because... that's what was currently available.
The warranty starts from the date of purchase, not the date the design was handed over to manufacturing.
If Google supports a phone for 18 months, then they have to support it for 18 months from the date it was last officially on sale.
Amazon is a middle-man. You're not buying from a manufacturer.
I'm sure Amazon would be happy to sell you a car. Just make sure you order when they have free-shipping deals on.
Given the number of things competing for my eyeballs and dollars these days (tv, movies, games, books, work, children) I have no qualms about 'missing out' on multiplayer-only games.
The times I actually get to sit down and play a game for an hour are few and far between. I play games to get AWAY from people, not socialise and interact with them in a virtual world. I _hate_ multiplayer.
If game developers don't want my money, then that's fine by me.
Regarding the RAID6 thing -- I have seen plenty of shops that try to run databases on RAID5/6 and yes it isn't pretty, but that's how they do.
This annoys me greatly. There is nothing inherently wrong with RAID5/6 as long as your use is within certain bounds. This sort of thinking gets us stuck with a glorified address book that requires a MySQL Cluster instead of a simple Sqlite DB.
Set your requirements and your budget, and then find a system that works within those two limits.
DropBox is an over-the-top provider. Yes, they use AWS. But they are competing with Google Drive and MS OneDrive, both of whom are pushing the price down hard, and willing to lose money.
DropBox still has to pay AWS.
That said, perhaps DropBox could sell a self-hosted version of their software and bring over their ease-of-use.
Nope... Apple iPhones actually securely erases the encryption keys which renders the contents of the storage useless.
It's a big button called "Erase All Contents and Settings". It does precisely that.
In other news, a friend of mine recently switched to Google Chat. Why hasn't he responded to all my Skype messages? Is he not getting them?
If the military don't want something any more, it usually means 1 of 3 things.
- 1. They are no longer interested as they have something better.
- 2. They have finished their research and have succeeded in weaponising/miniaturising it.
- 3. The people that set it up and were milking the cash have all gone and the new guys can't work out what it does or how it works any more.
Get two hermetically sealed rooms. One with this new Mazda, and one with an all-electric car. Both cars are on roller ramps. Just to be fair, the Mazda can have it's air-intake piped in from outside.
Then grab the CEO of Mazda and give him this choice of 'driving' 20 miles in either the Mazda or the electric car.
So why didn't Palm, or BlackBerry, or SonyEricsson come out with something as amazing as the iPhone?
If it was so obvious and all....
>The problem is that they're not playing by the established rules of the game
You mean like what Tesla is doing by trying to sell their cars without independent dealerships....
You're mistaking this company for the original HP. "HP" nowadays is actually Compaq. The old HP that everyone knew and loved is now (at least used to be) Aligent. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A...
They are now Aligent and Keysight.
So anywhere you read something about "HP" doing something stupid... Think "Compaq" instead, and it all makes sense.